NEW PRODUCT – Small Alligator Clip Test Lead (set of 12)
NEW PRODUCT – Small Alligator Clip Test Lead (set of 12). Connect this to that without soldering using these handy mini alligator clip test leads. 15″ cables with alligator clip on each end, color coded. You get 12 pieces in 6 colors. Strong and grippy, these always come in handy! We often use these in conjunction with a multimeter so we don’t have to hold the probes in place.
Compared to our Large alligator clip set, these clips are smaller and ‘pointier’
12 piece set, color coded vinyl covered alligator clips.
Contains two of each: Black, red, white, green, blue, and yellow.
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